WHAT'S IN, OUT FOR '90s JOB SEEKERS

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Eliminate the appearance of risks when applying for a job in the 1990s, advises James Challenger, president of a Chicago outplacement consulting firm. Mr. Challenger counsels against appearing independent. Listeners will make better impressions than applicants ``who come across as flip and ask numerous questions.'' Men should wear a belt, not suspenders.

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